Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Bank Of America Pavilion on 2008-06-21
- Phil Lesh and Friends
John Molo (drums)
Jackie Greene (guitar, vocals)
Larry Campbell (guitar+)
Steve Molitz (keys)
Teresa Williams (Vocals)
Levon Helm Band Opened
Me And My Uncle
Pride Of Cucamonga
So Hard To Find My Way>Jam>
Turn On Your Lovelight
Here Comes Sunshine>
Eyes Of The World>
New Potato Caboose>
Set 2 continued:
Help On The Way>
Donor Rap / Band Intros
E: I Know Your RIder
Attics Of My Life
Phil says Boston is one of the
top 3 places they like to play
Setlist thanks to Sunra
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|Turn On Your Lovelight|
|New Potato Caboose>|
|Help On The Way>|
|Here Comes Sunshine>|
|Pride Of Cucamonga|
|Attics Of My Life|
|I Know You Rider|
|Donor Rap/Band Intros|
|Me And My Uncle|
|So Hard To Find My Way>Jam>|
|Eyes Of The World>|
Phil Lesh & Friends
Bank of America Pavilion
Recorded and transferred by Andy Murray
Just Left Of Center 13th row ORTF
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- 2008-06-22 22:38:59
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- Boston, MA
- Taped by
- Andy Murray
- Transferred by
- Andy Murray
- Bank Of America Pavilion
Subject: Awesome show!
Subject: show of the tour
my girlfriend's first show and she gave it five stars also.
COME BACK SOON PHIL!!!
Subject: I've got an empty cup only love can Phil
this show was much better than the show the next night in newhamspshire
i have seen jackie play 3 times now & im really impressed..his vocals are great and his energy is wonderful
Subject: ON FIRE!
Subject: I'm Sold!!
Subject: KILLER SECOND SET
Subject: ARE THESE PEOPLE FOR REAL?
Subject: good times
I was 10 rows behind the taper, was hoping it would show up here. Thanks for uploading so quickly.
Subject: Great Show overall
Subject: Top Notch Phil
Subject: Good Stuff
Thanks Phil and thanks for posting this show!
the whole second set is as good as it gets. enjoy. Thank you sooooo much Phil!
Subject: AMAZING Boston show!!!!
Levon's voice is STRONG...his band has a lot of ragtime/blues/r&b flavor, great horns, Theresa Williams has a beautiful voice. I didn't dance much to Levon's band...just watched and listened in awe, while goosebumps and shivers went through me, and I got to hear THE MAN sings some of my favorite songs ever written (Ophelia, The Weight) ... Chest Fever was a highlight...um...sh*t, his whole set was a highlight, and a delight to see live.
OKAAAY...now onto Mr. Lesh and company,
again -- to be brief -- here are my personal highlights from his performance tonight.
first off -- I called the Bertha opener. so that made me feel...well...happy.
the first three songs were great to open up with, with a lot of country flavor, and a LOT of Jackie Green. that young man can SING, and he can PLAY that guitar. don't let anyone tell you any different.
Loser was particularly good, and featured some VERY soulful lyrics courtesy of JG.
then...from that point on, musically -- things got very psychedelic.
highlight(s): Cucamonga (first jam was A+++++ stuff), INSANE keys a'la Molitz. WOW!
So Hard...> Lovelight -- this segue into LL (with a Caution-Jam tease, IMO), and the subsequent jams that came from this sequence, and to end Lovelight, were INCREDIBLE!
very exploratory, high energy jams...building up to a huge peak before ending the set.
^^^I said to my friend at setbreak, "if that first set was just a warm-up for what's to come...we're in for hell of a treat for set two!"
and we were. and oh my GOD, oh my, oh my.
highlight(s): Here Comes Sunshine(!) ... great opener ... crazy-drop segue into Eyes (out of nowhere, and got a huge ovation), and then just sheer musical madness thereafter during,
The Wheel > New Potato Caboose > Revolution.
Unbroken Chain > Wharf Rat > Help > Slip > Franklin's Tower ... oh jesus. I don't even know what to say about this sequence. it went everywhere that it could've gone, stylistically...Unbroken Chain first jam was so cool...onto an emotional/beautiful Wharf Rat (mostly Jackie and Phil on vox...though, Theresa Williams sat in for most/maybe all of 2nd set).
Help > Slip > Frank -- I don't know WHAT to say re: this sequence!!!, except for -- I danced my ass off(!) like I've not danced in a LONG, long time.
look and listen for particularly amazing rising/building jams throughout Slipknot...into a raucous and celebratory Franklin's finish. I'll let the tapes speak for themselves, but this sequence was perfect.
Encore -- GREAT(!) Rider, followed by an emotional and powerful Attics, with everyone on stage singing, accompanied by VERY soft music behind...it almost sounded a'capella...it almost brought a tear to my eye.
to sum up -- a beautiful evening, beautiful venue ... and, again, out of over 50 or so Phil shows I've been -- I'd put this show right at the top of the list, if not at THE TOP. it was that good.
Jackie Greene impressed me (my first time seeing him in person), the rest of Phil's lineup always impresses me...no matter what project they're wrapped up in ... Molitz, Molo, Campbell, Lesh, Greene ... c'mon!!! can't beat that with bat! they were LOCKED IN throughout the entire show...very exploratory jams throughout the entire show (especially ending the 1st set, and all through set #2)...and I really hope this lineup continues on, and that I get to see them again sometime soon.
5 out of 5 stars from this phan. this show was something amazing, and one wild and free dance party ensued at the BOA-P tonight.
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